Why Logic Supply

See why innovators from around the world depend on us
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Solution Providers Rely on Logic Supply When They...

  • Need to focus on their solution, not the hardware
  • Want to get their concept to market quickly and economically
  • Are tired of NREs, MOQs, and red tape
  • Need prototype-through-distribution services
  • Need a transparent, honest, reliable partner
  • Want access to genuinely knowledgeable engineers and support
Custom Computer Development

A New Approach To System Development

From the beginning, we’ve recognized the power of engineering embedded solutions that leverage the speed and versatility of modular, off-the-shelf components. Our strength lies in designing products with customization in mind, but without the lead times and exorbitant costs of from scratch development. By combining our technical expertise, a proprietary needs analysis methodology and our extensive knowledge of the IPC marketplace, we’re able to offer our clients custom hardware in a fraction of the time, and at a significant cost savings compared to traditional, ground-up development methods.

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Speed, Agility, and Responsiveness

Want a prototype in your hands in three days? We are a mid-sized company born in the internet age. Our modular product line, combined with our online store, enables you to order and receive products the next day. We are tech-savvy, can-do individuals averse to bureaucracy. Need something out of the ordinary? Ask us. And don’t be surprised when the person you need picks up the phone.

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An Honest Partner, Not A Vendor

If we don’t have what you are looking for, we’ll tell you. It's been said that the hardware business suffers from a lack of honesty, transparency, and candidness. At Logic Supply we do things differently. We’ll treat you the way we’d want to be treated, and we’ll match you with the right solution, nothing more. In an industry focused on the transaction, we’re in it for the long haul.

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All the Capabilities You Need, Under One Roof

Some companies build great computers, but can’t deliver them on time. Others sell components cheaply, but don’t know how they fit together. Our customers succeed because we offer a complete solution and have engineering, end-to-end OEM services, an online store, direct sourcing from manufacturers in Taiwan, and in-house technical support capabilities from our offices in both the US and EU. For project customers, Logic Supply is a one-stop shop.


So What’s The Result?

A partnership that allows you to focus on your business, not the hardware. We invite you to discover the Logic Supply difference.

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Forging a New Path in Embedded Computing

Logic Supply was launched in 2003, shortly after the introduction of the revolutionary Mini-ITX form factor.


It was apparent from the beginning that this small, energy efficient platform was ideal for applications that previously depended on expensive, custom embedded products. Logic Supply was the first online Mini-ITX distributor in the States and a pioneer in applying this platform in the industrial and embedded computing market.


While Mini-ITX remains core to what we do, we've expanded into other form factors while continuing to focus on what made Mini-ITX attractive—small, low power, rapidly customizable, cost efficient, and readily available.


Expansion into new industries and products has been met with market success. In 2007, Logic Supply moved into its current, expanded headquarters. In 2010, Logic Supply opened a dedicated office in Taipei, adding invaluable logistical and supply chain management support for our growing, global customer base. In 2011, Logic Supply began operations in Europe, with a headquarters in the Netherlands.


Over the years our customers have put our computers in hospitals, helicopters, taxi cabs, mines, cranes, dump trucks, meat processing facilities, grocery stores, traffic control centers, as well as in manufacturing and heavy industrial environments requiring the most rugged of systems.